Have a look through our Frequently Asked Questions
- Where can I see examples of tattoos?
We’re so glad you asked! Check out our artists’ portfolios here.
- How do I book my appointment?
Send us a message through our contact form and be sure to include as many details as possible. We’re excited to hear from you!
- Do you take walk-ins?
No. However, we do occasionally have last minute openings that we’ll announce on Facebook — make sure you “like” our page get the 411.
- Do you do cover-ups?
Sometimes, on a case by case basis. The success of a cover up is dependent upon many variables; the best way to see if a cover up can be done is to set up a consultation with an artist.
- Do you follow proper sterilization and disposal protocol?
Yes. We are a disposal-only shop, so everything is single use.
- Do you do piercings?
Nope, but we highly recommend Aperture Piercing in Poulsbo.
- Can I bring my friends?
You’re welcome to bring a friend; but more than one bonus person’s a crowd.
- Can I bring my kids?
While we love kids, we don’t allow them in the shop for a number of safety-related reasons. Please be sure to set up care for your kiddo prior to your appointment.
- What will it cost?
Because each tattoo is different for each person, we can’t give you a quote until you come in for a consultation appointment. Our shop minimum is $100 and our hourly rates start at $150. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your tattoo appointment, insure the artist’s design time, and goes toward the cost of your tattoo.
- What is your cancellation policy?
If you need to cancel, remember that your deposit is 100% non-refundable. If you need to reschedule, please give us AT LEAST 24 hours notice. Without proper notice, you’ll forfeit your deposit and another must be made before you can set up another appointment.
- Do you take credit cards?
Cash only, please and thank you!
- Will you draw me a design?
After your deposit has been paid and before your tattoo appointment, your artist will draw up your design — and if necessary, adjust it to your liking.
- How should I prepare for my tattoo?
Taking care of your body is a big deal. Before your appointment, make sure to eat a full meal. And because you’ll be in your artists’ personal bubble for quite some time, be sure to brush your teeth and use deodorant. If you’re getting your forearms tattooed and happen to be a smoker, make sure to wash your hands after you smoke. Make sure to steer clear of alcohol and/or drugs prior to your appointment.
- How should I care for my new tattoo?
Proper aftercare is essential for keeping your tattoo looking good. Our recommended aftercare can be found here.
- Where does it hurt the worst?
It all hurts, no matter where you get tattooed. Pain varies from person to person.
- So, do you do woodworking too?
No. We don’t actually do woodworking.